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Hywind - riding the next wave of renewables

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Hywind Scotland – the world’s first floating wind farm

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Hywind - riding the next wave of renewables

  1. 1. Hywind – riding the next wave in renewables Oslo Exchange November 2017
  2. 2. 2 2001 The idea 2009 The demo 2017 The world’s first floating wind park
  3. 3. 2012-10-243 Classification: Internal
  4. 4. UTILITIES BIG CITIES ISLANDS OIL AND GAS
  5. 5. Cost Deployment Concept development 2030 target Demo Pilot park Next: Large parks 2030Today 2023 Capex/MW 50%
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  7. 7. • Investing around NOK 2 billion • 60-70% cost reduction from Hywind Demo • Powering ~20,000 UK homes • Started power production September 2017 Quick facts • Installed capacity: 30 MW • Water depth: 95-120 m • Avg. wind speed: 10.1 m/s • Area: ~4 km2 • Average wave height: 1.8 m • Export cable length: Ca. 30 km The Hywind Scotland pilot park
  8. 8. The Hywind Scotland pilot park • The world’s first floating wind park • Investing around NOK 2 billion • 60-70% cost reduction from Hywind Demo • Powering ~20,000 UK homes Quick facts • Location: Peterhead, Scotland • Installed capacity: (5x6MW) 30 MW • Water depth: 95-120 m • Avg. wind speed: 10.1 m/s • Area: ~4 km2 • Average wave height: 1.8 m • Export cable length: Ca. 30 km • Start power production: Sep’17
  9. 9. Capture excess wind power 1 Reduce balancing cost 2 Increase revenue through price arbitrage 3 Deliver grid and system services 4 Floating Wind + Storage + Grid 1 MWh / 1 MW Li ion battery storage system  Mitigate variablity and enhance the value of of wind energy  Responds to the need for integrated storage in future power systems  Test business models to make storage commercially viable 9
  10. 10. 17 februar 201710 Classification: Internal © Statoil ASA
  11. 11. The Hywind Scotland pilot park • The world’s first floating wind park • Investing around NOK 2 billion • 60-70% cost reduction from Hywind Demo • Powering ~20,000 UK homes Quick facts • Location: Peterhead, Scotland • Installed capacity: (5x6MW) 30 MW • Water depth: 95-120 m • Avg. wind speed: 10.1 m/s • Area: ~4 km2 • Average wave height: 1.8 m • Export cable length: Ca. 30 km • Start power production: Sep’17
  12. 12. What is Hywind? A standard offshore wind turbine placed on a ballasted steel substructure and anchored to the seabed • Simple spar-type substructure • Efficient mass fabrication • Suitable for harsh conditions • Conventional 3-line mooring system • Standard offshore wind turbine • Blade pitch control system for motion damping 13 For more information: See Hywind.com 2001 The idea 2009 The demo 2017 The world’s first floating wind park
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